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The increase in visitors to Haida Gwaii has made the 2016 summer season a success for several on-island businesses.
A Syrian family was expected to arrive in Sandspit on Aug. 23 after travelling two full days across the world.
After careful consideration and guidance from the Village of Queen Charlotte, Spruce Point will not be getting a day park any time soon.
The Village of Port Clements may face costly legal hurdles before it can take ownership of the village cemetery.
Haida Gwaii school trustees have voted to start phasing out French immersion on the islands this fall.
Robertson Island and Queen Charlotte residents are hoping to turn a part of Spruce Point popular with boaters into a community day park.
During a special Committee of the Whole meeting on March 16, council conceded to public concern over the bylaw.
Queen Charlotte Mayor Greg Martin asks BC Ferries to find a solution for the parking at the Skidegate ferry terminal.
The ever-growing Operation Refugees Haida Gwaii is gaining momentum and gearing up for the next step of sponsoring Syrian refugees.
Queen Charlotte Mayor Greg Martin is seeking islands-wide support to tackle youth substance abuse.
Reconciliation was the foundation for a motion to officially change the name of the Queen Charlotte Secondary School.
Operation Refugees Haida Gwaii is in full swing with five fundraising events planned in February.
Queen Charlotte public places bylaw came under fire at a public consultation meeting where the public voiced their opposition to the bylaw.
Luke Wallace has spent the last two years bringing his singing voice to the stage as a folk musician and environmental activist.
Operation Refugees Haida Gwaii is ramping up its fundraising efforts for the $50,000 necessary to sponsor two Syrian families.
Fisheries and Oceans will not be investigating the death of a sea lion that washed ashore in Tlell earlier this month.
Plans for a potential breakwater in Rennell Sound received lukewarm reception at a community information session in Tlell on Jan. 20.
As the village seeks new avenues for funding for Phase 2 of the new boat launch, Phase 1 is on schedule
Queen Charlotte Mayor Greg Martin hopes the new federal government will institute some long-overdue airmail to the islands
A group of dedicated citizens have reached out to Village council in order to gain more support for the attempt to sponsor Syrian refugees.